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A really simple model on how you can really win in the software business
Based on my talk at Mumbai University, addressed to commerce graduates.
Successful consumer and small business products succeed as a part of eco-systems and not just stand-alone products.
Understanding Sales from the granddaddy of Indian Software, Tally
Meeting a fanatic founder and summary of the iSprit Lean Sales Roundtable at Mumbai
A good startup ecosystem needs a healthy mass of givers. Does the Indian system have that?
Pitching ERPNext at Sramana Mitra's 1Mby1M Public Round Table
I am not sure whether its the unusual December heat or just the stress of releasing (and fixing) daily, but I have been quite down and ou
India is not particularly known for its Open Source community. In a recent lecture that I attended, one of the luminiaries noted that if you
This week, I read a few chapters from Daniel Greenberg's
There is one thing all startups to. Follow other startups. Blame Google and
Facebook for this, because the way these companies grew, they
I have this nasty feeling that 2012 is going to very tough for startups, specially in India. Here are my reasons:
In traditional sense, an architect is one who can visualize the final building (or product) in its form and structure. It is a job that n
Complex software projects like ERPNext have a long development cycle. You are passionate about technology and someone has to nudge you to
My thoughts on why there are so few ERP startups among thousands of new web 2.0 startups:
Young founders don't understan
(Warning: This is going to be a loaded post. But I think there are some interesting arguments)
I was reading this wonderful artic